#WombatFriday: Adventures of T-Dub

This #WombatFriday, T-Dub is taking time to smell the marigolds because he’s exhausted from his recent adventures. It’s only to be expected when you’ve been on a rollicking journey through Pre-Raphaelite time.


#WombatFriday T-Dub photobombs Great Moments in Pre-Raphaelite History. 1881: T-Dub crashes Rossetti’s book launch party for the final edition of his poetry – one of the last publications of his work that he personally supervised before his death in 1882. http://www.rossettiarchive.org/docs/1-1881.1stedn.radheader.html#1-1881


#WombatFriday T-Dub photobombs Great Moments in Pre-Raphaelite History. 1871: T-Dub crashes Rossetti’s studio as he paints Pandora.

#WombatFriday T-Dub photobombs Great Moments in Pre-Raphaelite History. 1865. T-Dub lands in the garden of artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who has posed model Jane Burden Morris for a series of photographs taken by John Robert Parsons. See more of these photographs (minus T-Dub) in Unconventional Beauty: http://preraphaelitesisterhood.com/unconventional-beauty/ and Signs of Life: http://preraphaelitesisterhood.com/signs-of-life/


#WombatFriday T-Dub photobombs Great Moments in Pre-Raphaelite History. June 29, 1863. Thaddeus Fern Diogenes Wombat pays a call to artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti and critic John Ruskin. The excitement on their faces speaks for itself.

Tune in next week for T-Dub’s latest adventure. You can follow along on the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood Facebook page and Twitter.

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